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Rhayan Registered since 16th Dec 2009Mon 21-Dec-09 07:01 PM
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"Q about focus, A and S priority"


PH
          

Mga kuya etoh po ako't muling mangungulit.
Q #1: ask ko lng po! maliban s malinaw n mata pano ko malalaman kung tama ang focus ng subject bago to ishoot? madalas mangyari skin toh mga sir pagnagshoshoot ako ng medyo low light or at night. nahihirapan akong makita s viewfinder f tama n b ang focus ko.

Q #2: mga sir kylan ko po b dapat gamitin ang A or S priority? does AP is intended for outdoor shooting and SP for indoor?

yan lng po muna mga kuya. baka maubos ko ang isang page ng site s dami nang tanong ko heheheh.

  

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Covey22 Moderator Expert in various fields including aviation photography Awarded for his contributions to the Resources and The Nikonian eZine Charter MemberSat 26-Dec-09 04:27 PM
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#1. "RE: Q about focus, A and S priority"
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US
          

Gamitin mo ang focus confirmation - iilaw nang berde na "dot" sa viewfinder pag nag lock-on yung focus mo. Or, mag manual focus override ka - pero pag madilim masaydo, mahihirapan ka

S is para sigurado ang focus mo. Bayad mo doon - hindi sasarado ang shutter hangang sigurado ang camera na nakuha ang focus. Kaya useful heto para sa portraits, mga subject na hindi gagalaw, etc.

A is bago - usually, S or C lang. C pwede pag gusto mo nang birahin ang shutter kahit hindi sigurado ang focus - tawag nito - release priority. Pag ang subject mo ay gumagalaw o mas importanteng mahuli mo ang "moment" kaysa sa focus - C ang dapat gamitin mo.

Pero kung walang C - Di A nalang. A=automatic - papalit ang camera between C and S depede sa anong ginagawa mo - kung ang autofocus ay nagtatrack nang mabilis na gumagalaw na subject - pupunta sa C - otherwise palagi or "default" ang S.

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Rhayan Registered since 16th Dec 2009Tue 29-Dec-09 07:31 PM
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Tue 29-Dec-09 07:33 PM by Rhayan

PH
          

kuya can u critized this.







  

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ejygo Registered since 21st Mar 2008Tue 09-Feb-10 12:24 PM
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Dubai, AE
          

rHayan, sorry i didnt notice na member ka na pala ssa unang reply ko sa post mo about who are in dubai naka off ata profile mo. anyway kung gusto mo ma critic maigi ang shots mo may tamang forum dyan http://www.nikonians.org/forums/dcboard.php?az=show_topics&forum=173

Taga deira ako at nag enroll ako sa lightform gaya mo nag hahanap ng maka jamming pero almost more than 3yrs na ako nag po-photography as a hobby. ito yung recent post ko sa HDR forum
http://www.nikonians.org/forums/dcboard.php?az=show_topic&forum=302&topic_id=4300&mesg_id=4300&page=

tingnan mo at magaganda ang advises nila.

Edwin

  

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Covey22 Moderator Expert in various fields including aviation photography Awarded for his contributions to the Resources and The Nikonian eZine Charter MemberTue 09-Feb-10 04:51 PM
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#4. "RE: Q about focus, A and S priority"
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US
          

Sorry na lang ha? Busing-busy dito sa opisina...mahirap ang "real life."

Okey naman yung mga litrato. Good color and sharpness. Ang nahahalata ko ang angle mo sa #2, #4 at #6. Kailangan magingat ka sa perspective pag wide-angle. Nakikita mo ang "lean" sa buildings - especially #4 at #6. Be aware that this is because you're using a wide-angle very close to a subject. Pwede mong gamitin ang perspective correction sa Photoshop or your preferred editing software. Also - maghanap ka nang framing - nakikita mong cut off ang ilalim nang shelter mo sa huling litrato.

"Toodle-loo from Covey22!"

-Armando
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My Plan:

Get out of the car.
Get closer to the subject.
Pick the right mid-tone this time.

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